Annette K. Ueckert
February 22, 1941 – November 17, 2020
Annette Kollatschny Ueckert, 79, of Port Lavaca passed away November 17, 2020. She was born February 22, 1941 in Bellville, TX to Richard and Almita Michaelis Kollatschny. Annette was a member of Salem Lutheran Church and retired from CCISD as a teacher. She enjoyed spending time sewing and crocheting. She is survived by her husband, Keith Ueckert; daughter, Bonnie R. Pierson (Jason); son, Jeffrey “Jeff” Ueckert (Kathryn); grandchildren, Adolph Jecmenek, Reese and Allison Ueckert; and a step-grandson, Corbin Pierson. Memorial donations may be made to Salem Lutheran Church or New Century Hospice. Words of comfort may be shared with the family at www.richardsoncolonial.com.
- Keith Edward Ueckert, Husband
- Richard Kollatschny, Father (deceased)
- Almita Michaels Kollatschny, Mother (deceased)
- Bonnie R Pierson (Jason), Daughter & Son-in-law
- Jeffrey "Jeff" Ueckert (Kathryn), Son & Daughter-in-law
- Adolph Jecmenek, Grandson
- Corbin Pierson, Step-Grandson
- Reese Ueckert, Grandaughter
- Allison Ueckert, Grandaughter
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- Salem Lutheran Church
- New Century Hospice
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Annette K. Ueckert
James and Yvonne Wagner
November 17, 2020
We are so sorry to hear of your loss!
Annette Ueckert was both our sons' teacher at Point Comfort Elementary School. She was part of the great education that our sons were privileged to receive!
Annette did a wonderful job and the children were well prepared for middle school. There were great class parties and the Easter parties were held at our house!
Mr. Treybig and Annette joined in the fun by jumping on the trampoline . The kids got a big kick out of that!
Annette always conducted herself in a most respectful way!
She was also an easy person to talk to about whatever was going on at school!
Annette asked me to give a presentation to her class on a presidential inauguration that I had attended . She was real pleased on how the students paid attention.(this was my niece, Natalie's class)!
There are lots of fond memories!
We send our deepest sympathy!!